Staying in Hotels as a Wheelchair User

In my September blog, I talked about some tips I try to follow when I travel with my motorized wheelchair. In this blog, I want to talk about lodging. There are challenges when you want to go somewhere new. If I visited a hotel or a certain area that I feel comfortable with in terms ofContinue reading “Staying in Hotels as a Wheelchair User”

Road Trips and Power Wheelchairs

Road trips can be fun depending on the type of person you are. I’m the guy that just wants to get there and get it done! So, I generally don’t try to drag it out. I do this because I want to spend as much time as I can at the destination. Wherever I’m going,Continue reading “Road Trips and Power Wheelchairs”

Wheelchair Accessible Atlanta

I live on the outskirts of a very wheelchair accessible city, Atlanta, Georgia. It has a lot of accessible places. Here are some of my favorites. The World of Coca Cola Museum One of my favorite places in Atlanta is the World of Coca Cola Museum. It has very wide motorized wheelchair ramps and wideContinue reading “Wheelchair Accessible Atlanta”

My Summer Trip at Sea with iLevel

While I have been experiencing the warmth and what I call “endless summer” in Florida, it is starting to get warmer up in the north. So naturally, when I speak with my friends from New York, We are making some summer plans. If you know me, you know that I love the outdoors. So lastContinue reading “My Summer Trip at Sea with iLevel”

Wheelchair-Accessible Treasure Island

At the end of May, I went on a girls’ trip with three of my friends. It was my best trip yet! Going on vacation is often correlated with relaxion. When you have a disability, however, a vacation can be quite the opposite! There is a lot of preparation required and there are concerns relatedContinue reading “Wheelchair-Accessible Treasure Island”

Power Wheelchair Accessible Cities

With more Americans becoming vaccinated, COVID-19 cases are declining and it’s just in time for summer! Hope is in the air and we all look forward to returning to some level of normal. What does your normal look like? For many, it’s an opportunity to travel again. Even if you aren’t comfortable getting on aContinue reading “Power Wheelchair Accessible Cities”

Wheelchair-Accessible Kansas City

The most wheelchair-accessible city I’ve been to is Kansas City, Missouri. I was asked to come down and participate in an art show. So, I figured I’d go down and check it out. Why not, right? Once we got our accommodations booked, I was ready to fly out and try this new place. Kansas CityContinue reading “Wheelchair-Accessible Kansas City”

Things I Can Do with My Edge 3 Wheelchair

I received my Edge® 3 Motorized Wheelchair with iLevel® technology on February 6, 2020.  California, where I live, was put under a shelter-in-place order on March 19, 2020. I have several disabilities and chronic illnesses that put me at very high risk for becoming critically ill if I contract COVID-19. So, I was essentially homeboundContinue reading “Things I Can Do with My Edge 3 Wheelchair”

Planning an Accessible Summer Vacation

Going on a trip requires a lot of planning, especially when looking for accessible destinations and activities. Although planning can be difficult and overwhelming at times, our Q Roll Models and brand ambassadors have written some helpful resources for other wheelchair users who want to travel. Accessible Beach Vacation Sakina Shamsi may be young butContinue reading “Planning an Accessible Summer Vacation”

Accessible America as Told by Wheelchair Users

Have you been bitten by the travel bug? If you’re a wheelchair user and travel enthusiast but don’t know what cities or towns are accessible, you’re in the right place. Our Quantum brand ambassadors discuss accessibility in different parts of the United States, including in America’s big cities. They give recommendations about what to see,Continue reading “Accessible America as Told by Wheelchair Users”